Camtasia supporting 60fps soon?

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Anyone know if they're supporting 60fps soon? If not I'll have to use another program for YouTube. The program as is doesn't support anything higher than 30fps at all. Is there a mod to make it 60fps or am I just out of luck? YouTube is supporting 60fps very soon.
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You can record at 60 fps, even higher. Find the FPS options in the Options menu of Camtasia Recorder and click inside the box which displays your current FPS. Delete the number inside it and type "60".
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It forces the fps back to 30.
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You can record at 60fps.
However,the Camtasia editor can only handle 30fps. Meaning Camtasia would drop 1/2 your frames.

 You could record in the AVI format,  then edit and render it in another program. That's the only way to retain all of your frames.

Regards, Joe 
   
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Camtasia Supports 60FPS if the video in the video natively is 60FPS because when I recorded my BF3 PC video in 60FPS through NVIDIA ShadowPlay After I was done in Camtasia, I set the frame rate to automatic and it detected my video framerate. and it rendered in 60fps
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no you doing all correct camtasia don't rendering above 30 fps that's why I choosed vegas pro who can do it and most of youtbers will do the same goodbye camtasia .
 
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So if this is true why do my video's render in 60FPS?
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Found a way to render in 60 FPS.
Make a new preset and use MOV format, from there ur gonna see that you can set the FPS to 60 and other stuff. For MOV rendering you gotta install QuickTime and reinstall Camtasia cause it asks for some kind of tool to be used which you get when reinstalling it.
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It will render at 60 fps but it is actually just 30fps.  
You can place one of those "So Called 60fps Videos" into the timeline of Any video editor. Cut the video down to 1 second in duration. Use the single frame advance in the editor. Count how many single frame advances are required to reach that 1 second point.
That count will be 30.

Don't take my word for it . Try it yourself.

Regards, Joe 
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My bad, it seems it does convert to 30 FPS even thou its 60. That sucks. Youtube's been giving me false info the whole time...

EDIT: Thou one of my videos was 60 FPS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hc0bT2jVjc
Now did i use camtasia or bandicut in the procedure i can't remember. Could be bandicut.
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